Renting a convertible and cruising through Coronado
Checking out Old Town San Diego
Enjoying the rides and sights of Disneyland and California Adventure Park
Spending time with Natasha, Reese, Lane and Estelle
along with the DeBie girls...
were just some of our highlights!!
Wednesday night I was full of worry. Hazel was NOT herself. We had made it to Lynden, planning to fly out of Bellingham at 8 a.m. the next morning. We enjoyed dinner out with my dad and brothers. Throughout the day and early evening, Hazel seemed fine although she had a fever off and on for a couple of days. By bedtime that night she was not herself and I was so worried she had an ear infection. She cried for a long time and was restless. My mind was spinning, how would she fair on the airlplane with an ear infection?, how would she get rest on our trip to get better, could we go without her?
I woke up at about 5 a.m. Thursday morning, lacking sleep and praying a good plan for Hazel would fall into place. Adie offered to keep her. She said she would take her to the doctor. I was so thankful for this option! But we were a bit torn as to what to do.We ended up leaving her which was such a hard decision early Thursday morning. But I am sure it was for the best. She did have an ear infection. She got started on antibiotics right away and Adie and Stan took good care of Hazel Jane as she got lots of rest and recovered! She had fun with Papa and Gramma.
Our flight to San Diego went great. We rented a convertible and CRUISED to Natasha and Reese's. The weather was GORGEOUS! It was so fun to get to their house. After having lunch there, we headed to the beach.
Merit and Lane strolling and conversing as Willem speeds by
As we were driving to Anneheim Thursday night, Willem
said "I loved buddy boarding on the lake!!"
He meant Boogie Boarding... :) on the ocean! Or at least
giving it a try...
The water was BEAUTIFUL!
Cruising through Coronado to Old Town San Diego